Australian House & Garden

Lucy Montgomery

so I spent a lot of time in hotels growing up. We even lived in one for five years. My favourite was an 1860s Italianate government building that my parents converted into a beautiful upmarket hotel. I spent countless hours there before and after school, and I remember being in awe of the transformation – I loved how the aesthetic, spatial and material choices shaped the experience of the

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Tucked down one of inner-Melbourne’s ubiquitous graffitied laneways is a nondescript metal door. Push it open and you find yourself in a whimsical communal courtyard. Climbing roses and clematis tangle with masses of purple love-in-a-mist and Avonvie